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365 Tempting Treats for the Sweetest Year of Your Life

dailycookiecoverBy Anna Ginsberg
Andrews McMeel Publishing

Anna Ginsberg, a self taught home cook, is an award–winning baker! She was the grand prize winner of the 41st Pillsbury Bake-Off, and won several other local and national cooking competitions as well. Her baking adventures are detailed on her blog, In her first book, The Daily Cookie, she shares a year of cookies – yes, 365 cookie recipes, one for each day of the year.

The recipes are simple to follow, appropriate for the novice or advanced baker and fun for family baking too. There are chewy, crunchy, crispy choices, along with bars, brownies, sweet, salty, vegan, ethnic specialties, gluten free, no bake cookies and 4 ingredient cookies! Something for everyone. Each recipe is accompanied by a full color photo, baking tips and anecdotes.

Enjoy the following cookie recipes: Carrot Breakfast Cookies, Fortune Cookies and Rugelach.

Win the Book ...We thank Andrews McMeel Publishing for sponsoring this week’s Cookbook of the Week and the FREE Giveaway!

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Congratulations to the Winner – Rachael Gray-Raff

Buy the Book The Daily Cookie for your cookbook library, or as a gift!

KosherEye Notes:
In addition to 12 months of recipes for everyday, holidays and special occasions, the book includes information on ingredients, cookie making tools and equipment. Metric conversions and an index organized by cookie type, pan size, batch size, and dietary needs. There are two recipes that use a non-kosher meat ingredient – but that still leaves 363 cookie recipes. This book is guaranteed to please the “cookie-monster” in your life. Go ahead, start baking!

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